Hudson Valley, say hello to your Wolf Den of Heroes October inductee: Tim Fiore.

Tim Fiore: Wolf Den of Heroes October Inductee

Tim's fiance Stephanie nominated him for The Wolf Den of Heroes writing:

Tim has been with the Cottekill fire department for 15 years, ever since he was younger and going down with his grandparents and father. He also volunteers as a driver for a local ambulance service for the last 11 years. Tim trains and goes to classes all the time to be able to help everyone in their time of need. He will drop everything when the tones drop in our area.

We spoke to Tim last week and he shared that it really is a family affair. Not only is 2nd. Captain and president of the Cottekill Volunteer Fire Company, his father and grandfather also volunteer, and his grandmother and fiance are all part of the fire company.

If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering with a local fire department, Tim tells us the Cottekill Volunteer Fire Company is always looking for new volunteers. You can get more information by giving them a call at 845-687-7161 or visiting their Facebook page.

Tim Fiore
Tim Fiore

Wolf Den of Heroes Nominations

Since April The Wolf team has been asking for the Hudson Valley and Greater Danbury area to nominate the first responders in their life. As Stephanie said above, Tim drops everything when the tones drop and is doing what he can to help his community.

We want to shine the spotlight on those first responders. Not only will we share their store, but every inductee will receive a $250 Visa Gift Card thanks to our friends at Mental Health America Dutchess County.

We'll be taking nominations for the rest of the year so nominate the first responder in your life today!

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